DV.now AV crashes when playing DIF capture

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c0nan
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Hi all, i'm a newbie.

My Fast-Dazzle DV.now AV application crashes when I try to play a DIF capture I've just taken.

I don't have this problem when capturing in AVI format, but then I'm not able to export captures to Adobe Premiere 6.5

I thougth it can be a codec conflict, but i really don't know.

Have anybody had that problem? Could you help me?

Thx a lot,
c0nan

dpalomaki
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Joined: Jan 2 2001

Crash can mean many different things to different people. Can you describe the crash in some detail?

Does it just not list/play the files, or does the PC die in flames?

Is the problem in the same session as the capture, or a later session?

Does it do the behavior always, or only sometimes?

On occasion I've encountered situation where it does not see .DIF files, but does see other media files. This is often solved by a cold boot (fullpower down) of the PC, which tells me some other program has trashed the setup in memory.

c0nan
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Joined: May 16 2005
crashes

when playing a DIF capture (captured in the same session or in a past one) the application gets "frozen" and windows alerts you the program turned unstable and it's not responding at all

it happens always; just on playing a capture.

thx u so much

c0nan

dpalomaki
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Please describe your system. It might help.

Make/model/ram/installed peripherals/processor, etc.
Operating system?
Resident running programs (e.g., virus checker, etc.)

c0nan
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hardware & system

pentium 4 @ 2,40 GHz
512 MB RAM DDR
i bought it two years ago but i think it's not obsolete yet

windows XP professional with SP2 just installed and up-to-date
runing AntiVir virus checker

thank you again ;)

c0nan

dpalomaki
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System sounds like it should be OK. XP might be an issue somehow given that it came out about the time DV.now AV development was fading into the sunset.

Try turn off the AV program temporarlly and see if that makes a differnce.

As to bringing AVI into Premier, if you can't link them to premiere directly from FastForward, try exiting Fast Forawrd and then start premiere and import the AVI files into Premiere. (When you put them on the timeline they may show as needing to be rendered.)